Little Mix’s “Glory Days” Is Their First UK Number One Album


“Glory Days”, indeed.

Little Mix are celebrating their first UK number one album as their latest LP “Glory Days” entered the chart at #1 with the year’s second-highest first-week sales.

Selling an incredible 96,000 copies, the girls have outperformed huge releases from Drake, BeyoncΓ© and Rihanna – with only David Bowie’s “Blackstar” making a bigger debut.

The LP’s massive debut is also the highest first-week sales for a UK girl group since Spice Girls’ “Spiceworld” in 1997, which basically confirms how legitimate the band’s success is.

The lead single “Shout Out to My Ex” spent 3 weeks at the top of the UK Singles Chart, becoming their fourth #1 single, and “Touch” – produced by singer-songwriter MNEK – has been confirmed as the LP’s second single.

Congrats, Little Mix!

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